- Nice city car
- Not fantastic on hills
Published on: 09 September 2016
PEUGEOT 107 Active
How cheap is the 107 to run? Well, these will usually deliver in excess of 60 mpg, provided the driver isn’t overenthusiastic with the accelerator. Its looks hide a rather sophisticated little 1.0-litre engine that, despite producing just 68 bhp, happens to pack quite a punch. Three or five-door models are available, while the on-board tech varies from trim to trim, with the most expensive Allures having MP3 and Bluetooth connectivity.
A 107 is a great, cheaper alternative to its Citroen C1 and Toyota Aygo siblings; doing everything just as well but at a lower price. Developed by the three manufacturers together, they’re all essentially the same car underneath.
In terms of style, it has stood the test of time, while as a first car for a student, young professional or even as a company vehicle for a small business, it fits the bill. Put simply, it’s one of the best value small cars on the used market today.
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